The win moves the Packers to 7-8 and keeps their postseason hopes alive. The Dolphins have now lost four on the bounce and will need to get things together quickly if they are to stand a chance in January.
Offensive spotlight: Tagovailoa looked in complete control in the first half, completing nine of his 12 attempts for 229 yards (19.1 YPA) and one score. Despite his 13.3-yard average depth of target, he recorded an adjusted completion percentage of 81.8% and just one turnover-worthy play.
It was an entirely different story in the second half, where he went 7-of-13 for 81 yards (6.2 YPA) and three interceptions. Over the final 30 minutes, his average depth of target shrank to 8.8 yards, but he put up an adjusted completion percentage of just 58.3% and three turnover-worthy plays.
Defensive spotlight: Packers interior defender Jarran Reed seemed to be around the ball all day. He produced four pressures from 16 pass-rush snaps and added three defensive stops against the run.
Rookie spotlight: Packers pass-catcher Christian Watson continued his strong rookie campaign, catching all six of his catchable targets for 49 yards and two first downs to earn what will likely be his fifth 70.0-plus PFF grade of the season.
Offensive line spotlight: Both offensive lines held up well in the passing game, but the Packers' unit was particularly impressive, allowing just five hurries from 42 pass-blocking snaps on the day.
|Aaron Rodgers||14.3||24 / 38||238||6.3||1||1||2||78.6|
|Tua Tagovailoa||16.4||16 / 25||310||12.4||1||3||2||80.8|
|Jeff Wilson Jr.||11.0||9||37||4.1||1||12||0|
|Jeff Wilson Jr.||11.0||2||1||3||1.5||0||3|